Capcom have announced that the Resident Evil Origins Collection will be due out 19 January in the U.S and 22 January 2016 in Europe, the two resident evil games will be available as a pack digitally and physically, if you already own the Resident Evil HD remake then the digital version of Resident Evil Zero will be available to be purchase separately for €19.99 / £14.99 / $19.99 presumably around the same time as the collection next year.
In the new mode for Resident Evil Zero “Wesker Mode” you play as Albert Wesker and you will be accompanied by Rebecca, powered by Uroboros wreaking havoc as the greatest villain Resident Evil has to offer.
A pre-order incentive is also available on the Resident Evil website that pre-orders will receive free alternate costumes for Rebecca and Billy (pictured below)
Place your bets now, how many remasters will be announced during E3? Looking to get one in before the conference kicks off, Capcom have released their official announcement trailer for Resident Evil 0.
Releasing during “early 2016”, the game looks to build on the same successes that the Resident Evil remaster enjoyed earlier this year.
I know Mr Giddens will be particularly happy with this news!
Earlier today at an event in Japan, Capcom confirmed Resident Evil 0, a remastered version of the popular prequel to the original title in the Resident Evil series, is currently in development. The game is planned for release on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC and other platforms in early 2016.
Original Director Koji Oda and additional staff are returning for the development of this new remastered version. Capcom will be sharing more information on the upcoming release in the coming weeks but you can check out what Producer Tsukasa Takenaka and Director Koji Oda have to say about the project below: